Adjunct Professor, Public Health
Community, Environment & Policy Department
Miranda Loh, ScD, is an exposure scientist with experience in examining the relationship between indoor and outdoor environments for air pollutants, and in understanding multiple pathways of exposure. She led the Metals Exposure Study in Homes (MESH), part of the UA Superfund Research Program, which examined children's exposure to arsenic and metals in the communities near the Iron King Mine. She is currently working on several international air pollution projects in China, India, Thailand, and Kenya. She is also interested in the use of sensors and smart technologies in exposure assessment and exposome studies.